"My first understanding of geometric images was when I was studying in Germany, I went to the department of architecture for a class, and the inspiration came from architectural spaces. Later, I gradually developed a strong interest in the geometry originated from laws of nature, religions, ritual feelings, psychological hints or more possibilities. For example, like sequence, Mandala, etc. Carl Jung is very interested in the psychoanalysis of mandala. I think geometry is mysterious, close to life, and related to my own inner emotional changes, so I have the impulse to explore it constantly. Spatial creation and painting, these two directions are what I have been advancing in parallel. How paintings relate to spaces is the main driving force of my creation. I have also had a contradiction. If a painting is quietly hung on the wall, is it too conventional? This is not to say that I over-emphasize the presentation formats of artworks. In fact, a powerful-enough picture can be felt in whatever way it is exhibited. It may be that I am not content enough to only be working on flat canvases."